European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives Oct 16 1967, Page 1

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European Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - October 16, 1967, Darmstadt, HesseGives pianist f of f off his rack Washington a pianist Van Cliburn went to the White House saturday night tomorrow president Johnson s Tail coat and trousers after leaving his own aboard a Hayes managing director of the Washington per forming arts society said Cli Burn left his evening clothes on the plane he arrived on from new York and the aircraft went on to Memphis Tenn. Cliburn was to give a concert. Hayes cont on Page 2 of col. 1 unofficial newspaper of . Forces in Europe North Africa and the Middle East vol. 26, no. 181 if 21855 a monday october 16, 1967 5 daily 10 sunday q five soviet agents caught Bonn says loaned by lbs pianist Van Cliburn models the Tai coat an trousers he borrowed from president Johnson to play a washing ton concert. When he flew in from new York Cliburn left his own evening clothes on the plane. A photo Wall buries 5 a. Firemen Cliffside Park . Up five Ridgefield ., Volunteer firemen including the chief were killed sunday when the Wall of a burning Bowling Alley collapsed burying them beneath flaming debris. Eleven persons were injured one critically in the fire at car Dinal said the Blaze was out of control when the firemen tried to enter the building through a Side door. Suddenly the roof caved in breaking supports hold ing up the burning Wall. 2 injured firemen scattered As the Wall crashed to the ground but five of them did t make it. Another fireman and a civilian who stopped to assist the firefighter were injured. Killed were chief Gustov Gen Shaw 43 Harry Brown 26 Dom Inick Aquafredda 30 James Edwards 30, and James Lauria 50. Lauria was building inspector forthe Borough of Ridgefield which adjoins Cliffside fire was spotted about 4 . By a patrolman in a squad car and More than 100 firemen from four communities answered the alarm. The Blaze was brought under control by about 7 . 42 Homes destroyed by fires in California los Angeles a fierce desert winds whipped two major Brush fires into 16,000acres of inferno sunday destroying 42 Homes threatening400 More and menacing Oil storage tanks and a Rural Community. The biggest blaze14,500 acres threatened the tiny town of weather mostly Cloudy with rain and Gusty winds. Little change tuesday. Frankfurt Heidelberg High 64, Low 53. Temperatures recorded sunday get 4 4am pin 63 81 Adana c 59 73 Athens p 57 64 Aviano cd 59 55 Berlin r 59 55 Frankfurt r 60 54 London p a Clear cd Cloudy rain. 4 4 am pin 52 73 Madrid p 55 64 Munich p 57 55 Paris r 50 50 Prestwick r 57 73 Rome p $4 79 wheelus p a partly Cloudy r 2nd weather Wing Saticoy in Ventura county 100miles Northwest of los Angeles reported the Ventura count fire department. Only a mile of tinder dry Brush and a Cluster of Oil storage tanks stood be tween the town and the fire. Another fire 30 Miles North West of los Angeles destroyed at least six Homes damaged a least six others and threatened tracts of 150 More expensive Homes in the Chatsworth area of the san Fernando Valley Losangeles City firemen reported. About 1,000 acres burned inthe Chatsworth fire. The wind carried Sparks to nearby Blac Canyon starting a third fire which quickly joined the chats Worth Blaze. Wind gusts up to 60 Miles a hour and crowds of sunday spectators hindered firemen. Odense was the wind whipped smoke that at least two fire Rig collided with spectators vehicles the fire department said. The fires Are moving so fast we can t keep up with them said a Ventura county fire offi Cial. We Don t know when Well Beable to Stop this one said an other official from the Losangeles City fire department. 7,189 imperials called Back Detroit up Chrysler corp. Announced Friday it has asked 7,189 owners of 1967 imperials to bring them to dealers for installation of a device to prevent a defect which could cause the accelerator to stick. Two of the injured fireman Matthew Talmo 50, and the civilian Carmine Pellechio 34,were admitted to the Hospital. Talmo father of a Ridgefield policeman was listed As critical. The Hospital described the in juries to the nine other firemen As minor and said All we retreated and released. Red bombings erupt in areas of Hong Kong Hong Kong a a suspected communist bomber blew himself to bits sunday nights other communists planted terrorist bombs in playground Sand in front of Heaters hurled More att police and called for still More violence and a Chil Dren s Battle against the col ony s British government. Police said they had not be enable and might never be Able to identify the dead chinese Man was critically wounded in the same blast but it was not immediately established whether he had been companion of the suspected bomber or a also found the body of a 35-year-old chinese Man stabbed through the heart and said he probably was also a victim of violence now in its sixth month. The stabbed Man was tentatively identified As an employee of a plastics factory where pro communist and anti communist workers battled earlier in the summer. Two chinese civilians caught chinese Man planting bombs in a children s playground beat him and handed him Over to police who said he might recharged with attempted murder by bombs a crime that under the Colony s emergency regulations can carry the death front of one theater police found a clutch of bombs already sandbagged and topped with a sign claiming these bomb were placed Here by British fascists to kill and maim our chinese a demolition Man inserted Detonator and fuse through a Hole in the sandbags and blew Thorn up on the spot. Two real but Small bombs and a half dozen fake bombs were Vunt. On / a 2 col. � spymaster who defected gave names Bonn up West Ger Many announced sunday the arrest of five alleged soviet agents said to have been betrayed by their former spy master who defected to the West. Government officials identified the alleged agents As Leonore Suetterlin a Veteran Secretary inthe personnel Section of the for eign ministry her husband Heinz Leonhard Pichl a cleaner in the French armed forces Lia son office Here his wife Klara and her brother. All were arrested wednesday. The officials withheld further details pending a news con Ference called for monday by the Federal attorney general in Karls Ruhe. He has taken Over the cover but informed sources said the five were betrayed by their soviet spymaster who defected and is in the hands of american to the sources he two spy groups operated independently. They said Suetterlin who allegedly used his Job of photo reporter As a cover crossed cont. On Page 2jf, col. It Groom Foo in Durham . A magistrate Jeanette John son was about to perform the marriage ceremony when the would be Groom took a deep breath and rushed from her courthouse office. But not for would be Bride ran after him and the couple returned in a few minutes. The Young girl was beam ing and the boy was red faced and Johnson started the ceremony again and All was Fine until she reached the words and forsaking All others a n d keep be Only unto her so Long Asye both shall live suddenly the boy shouted i won he bolted out of the of fice and this time the Bride did t Chase him. I m i Lii

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